Toolstation League round-up: Cadbury Heath climb to second
Cadbury Heath moved up to second place in the Premier Division after a stunning victory at Odd Down.
Heath triumphed 4-1 with all four goals coming in a 12-minute spell inside the opening 20 minutes.
Matt Huxley scored after seven minutes and Sacha Tong netted four minutes later.
Huxley grabbed his second goal three minutes after that and Joe Chandler hit number four. Odd Down scored through Dave Cooper.
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Heath lie five points behind Brislington with a game in hand after the leaders were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Barnstaple, Luke Meacham and Mike Rimmer scoring for the hosts.
Hallen are up to fourth following their 4-0 victory over Radstock, while Ilfracombe improved with a 2-1 home win over Wells.
Larkhall and Bishop Sutton drew 1-1, Joe Stradling putting the home side in front ten minutes from time only for John Lock to level.
Winterbourne went down 3-1 at Melksham after losing Dale Peckham to a red card for handling on the line midway through the first half.
Dan Kovacs scored from the spot and went on to complete his hat-trick. Ben Dowdell netted a late consolation.
Longwell Green came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw at home to Willand, Charlie Stephens equalising after Khalid Bhadavi had put the Devon side in front.
Shepton Mallet stay top of the First Division after Ash Wilmott and Chris Lane goals earned a 2-1 win at Sherborne.
Chard are level on points with the leaders following their 4-1 triumph at Roman Glass St George.
Although Shane Danaher cancelled-out Sam Clark’s penalty opener for the visitors, Clark completed his hat-trick in the second half and Liam Cleal added another.
Third-placed Portishead battled past bottom side Wellington 3-2, Danny Benn putting the hosts in front before Nick Steadman and Kieran Marsden had to bring them from behind.
Hengrove remain in touch after their 4-1 home win over Bradford, Ricky Briggs scoring a hat-trick and Rhys Hickery also on target before Matt Minnis hit a consolation goal.
Oldland beat Calne 1-0 with a Dave Pollinger strike. Welton beat Warminster 1-0 with a Jack Metcalf penalty. The visitors had two sent off late on.
Cribbs Friends Life came from two goals down to win 3-2 at Corsham, Matt Jenkins and Dan King giving the hosts a comfortable lead at the break.
However, Simon Bone started the comeback, Jack Kinnerley got the equaliser and Bone’s free-kick won the game ten minutes from time.
Cheddar defeated Almondsbury UWE 3-1 with George Booth, Jamie Howson and Joel Butcher on target. Jordan Rodgers struck for UWE.